|author||Mavridis Philippe <email@example.com>||2022-07-18 13:11:41 +0300|
|committer||Mavridis Philippe <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2022-07-18 13:12:48 +0300|
Update README.kiosk (KDE->TDE, gender neutral)
Signed-off-by: Mavridis Philippe <email@example.com>
1 files changed, 12 insertions, 12 deletions
diff --git a/tdecore/README.kiosk b/tdecore/README.kiosk
index ae4f72d4..c914cc1d 100644
@@ -1,25 +1,25 @@
In KDE3 a kiosk-framework has been introduced.
-One of the driving forces behind KDE is to put the user in control and
-give him or her a large amount of possibilities to adjust KDE to his or her
+One of the driving forces behind TDE is to put the user in control and
+give them a large amount of possibilities to adjust TDE to their
liking. However, in some situations it is required to reduce the possibilities
-of KDE, e.g. because the system is to be used for one or more specific
+of TDE, e.g. because the system is to be used for one or more specific
dedicated tasks only.
The kiosk-framework provides an easy way to disable certain features within
-KDE to create a more controlled environment.
+TDE to create a more controlled environment.
-KDE's kiosk-framework builds on KDE's configuration framework and adds a
+TDE's kiosk-framework builds on TDE's configuration framework and adds a
simple application API that applications can query to get authorisation
for certain operations.
-The KDE kiosk-framework should be used IN ADDITION to the standard UNIX
+The TDE kiosk-framework should be used IN ADDITION to the standard UNIX
The configuration framework in KDE3
-Since the very beginning KDE makes use of file-hierarchy to store resources
+Since the very beginning TDE makes use of file-hierarchy to store resources
for its applications. Resources range from icons, wallpapers, fonts to
sounds, menu-descriptions and configuration files.
@@ -550,16 +550,16 @@ Some remarks:
matches "/srv" and not "/srv/www".
-KDE3 Resource Restrictions
+TDE Resource Restrictions
-Most KDE applications make use of additional resource files that are typically
-located in directories under $TDEDIR/share. By default KDE allows users to
+Most TDE applications make use of additional resource files that are typically
+located in directories under $TDEDIR/share. By default TDE allows users to
override any of these resources by placing files in the same location
under $TDEHOME/share. For example, Konsole stores profiles under
$TDEDIR/share/apps/konsole and users can add additional profiles by
installing files in $TDEHOME/share/apps/konsole.
-KDE3 Resource Restrictions make it possible to restrict the lookup of files
+TDE Resource Restrictions make it possible to restrict the lookup of files
to directories outside of $TDEHOME only.
The following resources are defined:
@@ -642,7 +642,7 @@ The following syntax is also supported:
-KDE3 Kiosk Application API
+TDE Kiosk Application API
Three new methods have been added to TDEApplication: